Here’s Broken, a new two-sided single out on Chordpunch. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
I’ve continued with the Tidal cycles project, pushing forward with at least one cycle per weekday, apart from one day when I made a longer recording (to appear on chordpunch soon). All the audio is downloadable and creative commons licensed (CC-BY), check the descriptions for the tweet-sized tidal code for each cycle, and follow on […]
I’ve started a twitter feed called @tidalcycles, with minimal tidal programs and their output. I’ll try to add one a day, but lets see how things go. Here’s the first couple: brak $ let x = “bd [sn [[sn bd] sn]]*1/3″ in interlace (sound $ slow 3 $ x) (sound $ every 3 (append “[bd]*6″) […]
A quick improv from Sheffield: Here’s the state of my editor at the end: d1 $ slow 2 $ sound “bd [sn sn bd]/2″ let x = density 2 $ striate’ 8 0.75 $ sound (slow 4 $ “[bd bd/4] [ht mt lt]“) in d2 $ stack [every 3 rev $ every 4 (0.75
I’ve been doing a bit *too* much lately. Still a lot of things on the horizon but hopefully a bit more spread out. So while I contemplate my calendar, here’s some public events I’m involved with: Ongoing: I had a really great time during my residency and although I’m now back from Barcelona, the residency period […]
Here’s a room recording of xname and I playing a post-algorave set at Audacious Space in Sheffield. We start making sound from about 4 minutes in. Xname performed using handmade circuits controlled with strobes and other lights. I used my livecoding DSL Tidal, which also sent flashing patterns to a monitor flat on the table, […]
I’ve been working with Arts on the Run and Rafiki Jazz on an embedded research project, developing software around group composition / improvisation sessions. It’s interesting to be developing computer language when the members of the band have different mother tongues and musical heritage, so that the technology forms part of the ongoing cultural negotiation. […]
Jake and I made a cover version of Push Button Bertha, probably the first ever computer-generated tune. Here it is: Part of a chordpunch free download EP, also featuring the marvellous Sick Lincoln, Sarah Angliss and Alice Eldrige. Here’s the full thing: http://chordpunch.com/cp0x0b/
Looking forward to 2013, some things I’m up to so far: 15th Feb: talk and solo performance at the Node symposium, Frankfurt Late Feb (date tbc): slub at the Bartlett nexus, London 22-24th Feb: slub at the network music festival, Birmingham 5th March: Talk at the Leeds Psychogeography Group – my sister is doing this one now! 14-15th March (tbc): Talk + […]
I’ve been recording some experiments with a new iteration of my livecoding system, and putting them up over on lurk.org. I’m going to continue doing that but here’s the latest recording for the tired of clicking: All and any feedback is very welcome.